Loved it. A must for anyone interested in seeing how the ancient Incans built. Take a cab unless you love walking uphill. We walked from downtown Cusco and it's all steps 😀
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We greatly enjoyed our pleasant walk here with informed guide Juan Carlos. It was a worthwhile discovery of Incan and pre-Incan culture and history.
So close to city, easy to visit and the views from the top are magnificent. Easy to walk back to city and stop at the church on the way. If you're up for it and acclimated to altitude, walk both ways :)
The ruins are very impressive and typical of Inca architecture. Easy to walk, not crowded, with great views of Cuzco. Go with a guide to identify the highlights, and leisurely enjoy this historic area.
You could check photos in advance and think that those are some big rocks and how did they get them there. Probably it was difficult. But surprise : some of those big rocks are part of the hill, of the rock bed. And they are...More
Very large area of Inkan engineering with massive stones and natural features. The vies of the city are awesome too.
If only you could still see this site in all of its ceremonial and monumental glory... If only the Spanish had not knocked this down.. If only the people of Cusco had not used the stones to build their houses... Alas, was not meant to...More